Advocating on Behalf of the American Military and Defense on the War on Terror

I have some extremely important questions I want directed towards Senator Obama tonight during the debate.

For instance - where the hell is my friend Tim Bueler? And his boss Jerome Corsi?

Jerome Corsi, author of Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, and the #1 best-seller book "The Obama Nation" alongwith his publicist Tim Bueler of Santa Rosa, have been "disappeared' by the government of Kenya. The WorldNetDaily senior correspondant has been investigating the ties between Senator Obama and his radical leftist cousin Raila Odinga.

 

"...Corsi had promised a news conference today that would "expose details of deep secret ties between U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama and a section of Kenya government leaders, their connection to certain sectoral groups in Kenya and subsequent plot to be executed in Kenya should Senator Obama win the American presidency."

Tim Bueler first came to the national stage on KSFO radio on the Lee Rodgers and Melanie Morgan show when he launched a conservative counter-protest against North Bay school officials for denying him the right to free speech.

"..In the fall of 2003, in response to the overbearing liberal bias confronting them in the classroom, Tim and a few friends started the Rancho Cotate High School Conservative Club. Within a few weeks, the Conservative Club became the largest on campus, with up to one hundred members attending meetings.

Following a community appearance by mockumentary filmmaker, Michael Moore, who had recently shown "Bowling for Columbine", Tim further enraged the school's liberal teaching and student establishment by inviting an off-campus speaker to talk about the Bill of Rights, the Second Amendment, and the fundamental right of Americans to keep and bear arms " topics which were specifically excluded from the curriculum!" When the speaker distributed his monograph, "We Need More Guns In Schools", liberals were outraged."

 

Senator Obama, you have the power to do something.

Do it.

Right now.